Seau also played well early last season, but for the second consecutive year his season was cut short by an injury.
The 37-year-old Seau, who keeps himself in great shape and was just the victim of bad luck the last two years, is hoping to play another season and it's not inconceivable the Dolphins would bring him back at the right price.
On the subject of veterans, a week after being released by the Dolphins, Sam Madison has visited with the New York Giants.
Finally, veteran defensive tackle Sam Adams is expected to meet with the Dolphins on Tuesday, a few days after being released by the Buffalo Bills.
Adams is a run-stuffing lineman in the mold of Keith Traylor, but while he's younger he also is likely to ask for a lot more than the $770,000 Traylor is scheduled to earn in 2006.